Ghana’s Black Stars deputy coach Mas-Ud Didi Dramani, has recounted how the four-time African Champions masterminded their World Cup qualification ahead of star-studded Super Eagles team.
The Black Stars edged Nigeria to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar via the away goal rule.
The Super Eagles were favourites before the two-legged encounter, having had a better Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon and had all their key players before the Black Stars clash.
However, a weakened Ghana team ended up qualifying for the World Cup ahead of a star-studded Nigerian team.
Didi speaking on Oyerepa FM in Kumasi says Ghana had enough information about the Super Eagle team.
“We knew the Nigerians more than they had thought of us,”
The Black Stars will be hoping to replicate their impressive display at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa when they make a forth appearance at the Qatar 2022 World Cup in November.